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What does Micaiah mean?

Micaiah \m(i)-caiah\ as a girls' name is of Hebrew derivation, and the name Micaiah means "who is like God?". Micaiah is a variant of Michaela (Hebrew): Latin feminine form of Michael.


Micaiah has 7 variants: Mekea, Mickee, Mickey, Micki, Mickie, Micky and Mikki.

Micaiah has 44 more related forms via Michaela: Kayla, Macaela, Mackayla, Mahalya, Makayla, Makyla, Mckayla, Mechaela, Meeskaela, Micaela, Michael, Michaele, Michaelina, Michaeline, Michaella, Michaila, Michal, Michalin, Michayla, Michele, Michelina, Micheline, Michelle, Miguela, Miguelina, Miguelita, Mihaela, Mihaila, Mihalia, Mihaliya, Mikaela, Mikayla, Mike, Mikella, Mikelle, Mikhaila, Mikhayla, Mikyla, Mischaela, Mishaila, Miskaela, Mychaela, Mykala and Mykela.


Micaiah is an unusual first name for women. Micaiah is an uncommon surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Kayla (#102 the previous year), Makayla (#123), Mckayla (#876), Micaela, Michael, Michaela (#478), Michele, Michelina, Michelle (#187), Mickey, Mickie, Mikaela (#573) and Mikayla (#320) are the prominent variation forms of Micaiah (#unlisted). These girl names reached the top of their popularity in 1997 (usage of 0.5245%) and are now significantly less widespread (usage 0.3339%, down 36.3%), with the versions Mckayla, Micaela, Michael, Michele and Mickey becoming somewhat outmoded. The trendier girl names here are Kayla (#102), Makayla (#123), Michaela (#478), Michelle (#187) and Mikaela (#573). Below is a graphed comparison of the usage of the girl name Micaiah and associated names. (Top 1000 Birth Names Statistics, 2014)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Kayla, Makayla, Mckayla, Micaela, Michael, Michaela, Michele, Michelina, Michelle, Mickey in U.S.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Mickie, Mikaela, Mikayla in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Kayla, Makayla, Michaela, Michelle, Mikaela, Mikayla outside U.S.

Similar Names

Micaiah is alike in pronunciation to Micah. This name tends to be more frequently used than Micaiah.